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Felipe Furlan is Associate Professor of the Chemical Engineering Department of the Federal University of São Carlos, where he works since 2016. His PhD in Chemical Engineering was at Federal University of São Carlos (2009). His research activities focus on the modeling, simulation, optimization and technical-economic analysis of processes. His is interested in several industrial processes, sucha as biofuel production (with emphasis on bioethanol from biomass), lead-acid battery production, among others. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Bioprocess Systems Engineering (BSE) may be an important tool for the development of processes for production of ethanol from lignocellulosic materials. Such processes are very complex, due to the number of routes that have to be assessed, since this is still a non-consolidated technology.The complexity of the substrate and reactions involved also contribute to the difficulty of the pro...
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